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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-04-2011, 08:28 PM Thread Starter
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Check this out. I seem to have been accidently cc-d to a internal email....

Lehman trikes will host a Preview of a motorcycle called the “Good Turn trike” to the VRA lunch event in Daytona. This is before the official public reveal later that afternoon. It will be presented to a deserving soldier who applies or is nominated through an application through Lehman – details through http://www.lehmantrikes.com/default.aspx?navid=35



Victory has supplied the motorcycle for this year, wher in past years the soldier had to donate a bike for the conversion. As you can imagine, the opportunity to give a completed and customized motorcycle is awesome for both companies.
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Good to see victory getting involved in the charity. do you think it'll be a trike,or Bagger?

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Good to see victory getting involved in the charity. do you think it'll be a trike,or Bagger?
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Kevin,
I am going to be removing my O2 sensors and I was wondering if you knew of a source for plugs for the holes?

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What holes? You don't actually remove the O˛ sensors, but rather disconnect the wires leading away from the sensors. Both wires are easy to unplug and leave unplugged.

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What holes? You don't actually remove the O˛ sensors, but rather disconnect the wires leading away from the sensors. Both wires are easy to unplug and leave unplugged.
I'd like to leave those buggers in the garage, for the sake of appearances. I understand that earlier Vics that didn't have closed loop circuits and no O2 sensors, had plugs in those holes. I want to obtain a pair of them somehow.

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I'd like to leave those buggers in the garage, for the sake of appearances.
You're right, they're not the most gorgeous feature of the bike. Maybe KevinX can suggest something to plug them with, but keep in mind that anything short of a perfect fit could result in an exhaust leak.

Also keeping the O˛ sensors in place will make the process easily reversible. I don't know why you would ever want them back in, but if you ever do, plugging the wires back in is a 10 second job.

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CrossRoads, I imagine there to be some kind of gasket washer that would go with those plugs, that's why I made the request to Kevinx. I don't mind the time needed to remove/replace them...thankfully, I have the time.

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Way to stay on topic guys!!!

I guess if it bumps the thread; it's all good*LOL*

You can buy o2 bung plugs at your local exhaust shop or Napa
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Thanks Kevin, good to know they aren't some Vic exotica.

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